Greg Delanty, professor of English, recently had another book, The Greek Anthology Book XVII, published by Carcanet in the United Kingdom. Reviewer Kathryn Gray in the Times Literary Supplement writes of this latest collection of Greg’s poetry: "[Delanty] illuminates greater truths about the world and the politics of living through the ties that bind us." Publicity for the book from the publisher describes its content: “The Greek Anthology is a treasure of the ancient world, sixteen books of poems, amatory, religious, elegiac, and satirical, written over the course of more than a millennium. And now at last the legendary Book XVII has surfaced. As full of poems that are delightfully unlike each other as Books I-XVI, here is a trove. Here, the living and the enduring enjoy one another's playful respect: Kincellas Major, Longlius, Rosanna Daedalus and Clara Kritikos. And among the poets here also is Heanius, who dedicated one of his own poems to another poet to be met in Book XVII, one Gregory of Corkus. Unprecedented, this collection, in more ways than one. Great company, they speak and sing, thanks to Greg Delanty." Greg says the book will be for sale in the Saint Michael’s bookstore, both hardback and softback, at a reduced price. Also, Greg is reading from another recently-published book that he edited for W. W. Norton, titled The Word Exchange: Anglo-Saxon Poems in Translation. Some of the translators will read with him: Major Jackson (UVM), Jay Parini (Middlebury), Michael Collier (Breadloaf and Middlebury), Dave Cavanagh (Johnson State), Liz Powell (Johnson State), David Barber (Atlantic Monthly). The reading is at 7 p.m. on November 30 at Phoenix Books, Burlington. The softback for The Word Exchange is recently available, and copies of that also are in the bookstore at a reduced price.